Details for Warrick County Sheriff's Office NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Sheriff Sale

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Warrick County Sheriff's Office

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Sheriff Sale File number:

87-17-0074-SS

Date & Time of Sale: Tuesday, July 27th, 2017 at 1:00 pm

Cause No.: 87D02-1501-PL-000012

Judgment to be Satisfied: $995,757.85

Plaintiff: LNB Community Bank, formerly d/b/a Lynnville National Bank

Defendant: Trinity College of the Bible and Trinity Theological Seminary, Inc.

Legal Description: See Attached

Together with rents, issues, income and profits thereof, said sale will be made without relief from valuation or appraisement laws. This Notice shall also represent service of Notice of Sale of the above-described real estate upon the owners, pursuant to requirements of IC 32-29-7-3

Brett Kruse, Sheriff of Warrick County

Ohio Township

Township

Common Street Address

4155 State Road 261,

Newburgh, Indiana

Parcel Number

87-12-26-100-117.000-019 and

87-12-26-100-119.000-019

Attorney Donald J. Fuchs

Attorney Number 7911-82

Law Firm Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP

Contact Number (812) 437-0200

Contact E-mail dfuchs@bgdlegal.com

The sheriff's office does not warrant the accuracy of the commonly known street address. It is the buyer's responsibility to research the legal description and associated legal filings.

Trinity College of the Bible & Trinity Theological Seminary, Inc.

Please Serve

20 NW Third Street, 13th Floor Evansville, Indiana 47708

TRACT #4 Parcel A:

Part of the West One-half of the Northwest Quarter of Section Twenty-six (26). Township Six (6) South, Range Nine (9) West in Warrick County, Indiana and more particularly described as follows:

Beginning at a point in the center of Indiana State Road 261 which is located by commencing at the intersection of the center of Indiana State Road 66 with the center of Indiana State Road 261 and measuring thence South 26 Degrees 21 Minutes West along the center of said Indiana State Road 261 a distance of Five Hundred Sixty-three and Four Tenths (563.4) feet; thence South 26 Degrees 11 Minutes 15 Seconds West along the center of said Indiana State Road 261 a distance of Two Hundred (200) feet; thence South 26 Degrees 24 Minutes West along the center of said Indiana State Road 261 a distance of One Hundred Seventy-five (175) feet to the place of beginning; from said place of beginning thence South 26 Degrees 24 Minutes West a distance of One Hundred Fifty-one and Ninety-nine Hundredths (151.99) feet along the center of Indiana State Road 261; thence North 59 Degrees 47 Minutes 20 Seconds West a distance of One Hundred Eighty and Thirty-nine Hundredths (180.39) feet; thence North 26 Degrees 24 Minutes East a distance of One Hundred Forty (140) feet; thence South 63 Degrees 36 Minutes East a distance of One Hundred Eighty (180) feet to the place of beginning.

EXCEPT THEREFROM a part of the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section Twenty-six (26). Township Six (6) South, Range Nine (9) West in Warrick County, Indiana and more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at the Southwest corner of said Quarter Quarter Section, thence North a distance of Six Hundred Forty-three and Seven Hundredths (643.07) feet; thence East a distance of Six Hundred Fifty-five and Fifty-six Hundredths (655.56) feet; thence South 63 Degrees 36 Minutes East a distance of Twenty-one and Forty-five Hundredths (21.45) feet to a 5/8 inch iron pin to the place of beginning, thence continuing South 63 Degrees 36 Minutes East a distance of One Hundred Fifty and Seventeen Hundredths (150.17) feet to a point on the West right of way line of State Road 261, thence South 26 Degrees 24 Minutes West along said right of way line a distance of Twelve and No Tenths (12.0) feet; thence North 63 Degrees 36 Minutes West a distance of One Hundred Fifty and Seventeen Hundredths (150.17) feet; thence North 26 Degrees 24 Minutes East a distance of Twelve and No Tenths (12.0) feet to the place of beginning.

Parcel B:

Part of the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section Twenty-six (26), Township Six (6) South, Range Nine (9) West In Warrick County, Indiana and more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at the Southwest corner of said Quarter Quarter Section, thence North a distance of Six Hundred Forty-three and Seven Hundredths (643.07) feet; thence East a distance of Six Hundred Fifty-five and Fifty-six Hundredths (655.56) feet to the place of beginning; thence South 63 Degrees 36 Minutes East a distance of Twenty-one and Forty-five Hundredths (21.45) feet; thence South 26 Degrees 24 Minutes West a distance of One Hundred Forty and No Tenths (140.0) feet to a point on the North right of way of Olde Newburgh Drive; thence North 59 Degrees 42 Minutes 16 Seconds West along said right of way a distance of Twenty-one and Fifty Hundredths (21.50) feet; thence North 26 Degrees 24 Minutes 00 Seconds East a distance of One Hundred Thirty-eight and Fifty-four Hundredths (138.54) feet to the place of beginning.

Subject to the right of way off the East side of Tract I for Indiana State Road 261.

TOGETHER WITH an easement of Forty (40) feet in width along and immediately adjacent to the Southern property line of Tract I for ingress and egress and more particularly described and set forth in Corporate Warranty Deed from The Olde Newburgh House, Inc. to Bob Schulz Realty and Investment Inc. dated July 10, 1978 and recorded July 14, 1978 in Deed File 2, Card 4128 in the Office of the Recorder of Warrick County, Indiana.

ALSO an easement for use of an existing concrete driveway and parking lot being located in Warrick County, Indiana and more particularly described as follows:

Part of the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section Twenty-six (26), Township Six (6) South, Range Nine (9) West in Warrick County, Indiana and more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the Southwest corner of said Quarter Quarter Section, thence North a distance of Six Hundred Forty-three and Seven Hundredths (643.07) feet; thence East a distance of Six Hundred Fifty-five and Fifty-six Hundredths (655.56) feet; thence South 63 Degrees 36 Minutes East a distance of Twenty-one and Forty-five Hundredths (21.45) feet to a 5/8 inch iron pin; thence South 26 Degrees 24 Minutes West a distance of Four and Forty Hundredths (4.40) feet to the place of beginning at a point on the edge of the existing concrete driveway; thence South 61 Degrees 08 Minutes 17 Seconds East along the existing edge of said driveway a distance of One Hundred Forty-seven and Eighty Hundredths (147.80) feet to its termination; thence South 27 Degrees 03 Minutes 34 Seconds West along said driveway a distance of One and Twenty-four Hundredths (1.24) feet; thence North 63 Degrees 36 Minutes West and through said driveway, a distance of One Hundred Forty-seven and Sixty-five Hundredths (147.65) feet; thence North 26 Degrees 24 Minutes East a distance of Seven and Sixty Hundredths (7.60) feet to the place of beginning.

AND ALSO an easement for the purpose of maintenance of an earth bank that provides lateral support to an existing concrete parking lot, said easement being Ten (10) feet in width lying adjacent and immediately West of Tract II and more particularly described in Corporate Warranty Deed from The Olde Newburgh House, Inc. to Keith A. Meier dated March 31, 1986 and recorded April 4, 1986 in Deed File 2, Card 17075 in the Office of the Recorder of Warrick County, Indiana.

The above-described real estate has a commonly known address of

4155 N Hwy 261, Newburgh, IN

Parcel No.

87-12-26-100-117.000-019 and

87-12-26-100-119.000-019

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